The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Mrs. Chazal's Card Party A Good Woman Gone to Her tward. Atlanta-Homosatsa Fishing Club.

TIIEOLDRELMLE Mrs. Louis R. Chant entertained a This community was very greatly Mr. Frank Rice, of Atlanta, la negotiating "Nothing More to Pay" !I

large number of her tri end at pro. shocked Friday to learn that early for the purchase of a permanent .
Ii gressive whist That' what he said and further he (Mr. Ebe Walter of Clarbvffle Del t
Tuesday afternoon. For that morning Mrs. D. M. Hick had home for the Atlanta-Homosaaaa ).

those who did not play cards a flinch passed suddenly away. Fishing Club. Mid this: if

table was provided. The deceased was stopping with The club has heard of a beautiful The future that I particularly like about my policy if that the longer I lave f
the more I get. ifrtm 1.'rJ.to. ZW) Xeivs,}.' Mrs. Chazal's party was the first ofa her niece, Mrs. J. G. Ferguson and English; home at Hornosasaa, including

number of attain that will be given retired in about her usual health the an attractive estate, with a well The fact is that a fifteen-year distribution policy i issued by The Muttal Life i

during the Christmas holidays and night before. She was down town in furnished house and wharves and Insurance Company of New York is a very interesting document. A yearly

the occasion was greatly enjoyed. tbe afternoon and before retiring told boathouses, all ready for occupancy.Mr. dividend-increasing each year after the policy is paid up and a sum paid .j

The entire house was decorated with of her plans for visiting the World's Rice will, if possible! complete the est are. I

holly and bamboo and had a most Fair at St. Louis next year and said arrangements for the immediate In writing for information about a policy of this kind, state what you would like

.. 'sr festive appearance. The cards marking she felt better than she had iu some purchase of this place, eo that the to receive in cash at the end of limited payment period.
the tables were decorated with time. club may occupy iu own quarters

hotly and bore the inscription About two o'clock she called Mrs. when it goes oc its winter outing in the i
"Merry Christmas." Ferguson and said she felt a very January. If this place cannot be a

1.<. Mrs. Chazal'i guests included Mr*. severe pressure on her heart; Dr.Ililir bought at a reasouable figure, Mr. INSURANCE COMPANY OF

.... G. S. S-ott, Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Mrs. was immediately summoned, Jake will buy one of several tracts of

ii"= Ablolutoly Per!; William Anderson, Mrs. Frank Harris but in a little while after reachingher land and arrange for the immediate NEWYORK -
t. r Rargett I
NO 5lJBSTf m, Mrs. D. 8. Woodrow, Mrs. C. V. bedside the;" spirit of the good erection of a suitable club house. The .

J.JEftEIS Miller, Mrs. F. T. Scbrieber, Mrs. woman winded its flight to eternal club is determined to at once arrange America RICHARD A. McCURBY, President World j l

f' i George McKay Mrs. Legee, Mra. (i. rent in the city not made with hands a permanent home. CECIL WILCOX. Manager Jacksonville. Fla

f sat ZUZABSTH HASSIS. Lic&l Editor I R. McKean, Mrs. E. M. Howard, Mrs. eternal in tbe heavens. The Hoi iosassa club now comprises I IS.

T. H. Wallis, Mrs. T. 1. Munroe, Mrs. Mrs. Hick came to Ocala about about twenty-five members, among I
HAPPENINGS L. A. Finch Mn. Pearl Mason, Mrs. eighteen years ago and soon made whom are many of the wealthy men I

S D. M. Hmitb, Mrs C. 8. Cullen, Mrs.A. I herself felt in business and religious of Atlanta. i
't Mr. C. H. Lloya spent Sunday in :E. Gerig, Mrs. G. K. Robinson circles. J S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

: Ocala. Report From the Reform School.J. .
Mrs. H. C. Chambers, Mrs. L. J. She was a thoroughly consecrated, I 1

P. We are promised warmer weather Knigbt, Mrs. F. L. Watson, MM. B. religious woman and her death will tytown. U.,Muck W. Va.superintendent writes, "after, tryingall Prun- Livery Feed and Sale Stables, .f! .

:- today. J. Potter Mrs. Mallory Liddon Mrs. lamented by our whole community. other advertises cough me it-hits

Yr. w. }.[.RoI8 was at the Ocala W. M Sinclair, Mrs. M. C. Looney, Mrs. Hick was born in Wabash we have decided to use Foley's Houey

.House Monday. Mrs. 2 C. Charnbliw, Mrs. R. A. county, Illinois, seventy five years aDd Tar exclusively in the West Virginia We carry the most completeline

Burford, Mrs. Jack Camp, Misses ago and in early life pt-came an Reform School. I find it the of Harness, Saddles, etc .
t- It.Harvey Hutchinson of Gainesville most afleetive and abeolutuly harm {
Abby Munroe, Emily Stotenbury: active member of the Methodist in central Florida and will x'}
:. was in Ocala Monday. esa. Poet office) Drug Store. m give
Valetta Potter Georgia Smith Margaret church. She leaves two sisters and a
our the lowest '
? Hood Tipton returned Sunday from Eagleton Minnie and Louise number nephews and nieces and a The Trial of George Spolght. patrons very

r f..\ a' Tli1t! to > Peterburg. Gamsby. I I host of friends to mourn her death. The readers of this paper will remember prices. We are thoroughly

The ladies were met at the door by I The funeral took plies :Saturday the care against George equipped for fitting out turpen- =
1Mn.: Annie Perry returned Sunday
Mi 'iH'Alice Bullock, Louise Scott J I morning at 10 o'clock lit the home of Speight an aged one legged white t
from a visit to Jacksonville. tine and lumber teams, gear,
l and Hun Anderson who distributedthe Mr. J. G. Ferguson and her runaioswere man who was charged with criminal

I & : !It. J.8. Weathers, of Leroy, was score cants. During the games interred in the oil: cemetery, I assault.! wagons, etc. fat' rd

numbered among Ocala'a visitors! on puneh and hon bona were paused and Rev. J. P. Hilburn officiating. I The case was! sent down from Citra

}: Monday.Mrs. at the end of the games a. salad course Peace to her nsbe and created intense interest in that We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers

and a sweet course were served. community. Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and FarmfWagons. f i

Charles Baker is spending the The first prize, a pudding dish was Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Speight was t tried yesteiday and North Side Court House. *.' Ocala, Fla
:. holiday season! with her parents inI
p. won by Mrs. Harris, tbe second prize, Immediately relieves boars, croupy found guilty of simple assault. -. ,
Troy, Ala. cough oppressed, rattling, rasping j: The following nerved -- rf'
a hand painted blotting pad, was won / persons as --- -
and difficult breathine. Henry C. :juror!'!, viz: C. M. Livingston, J. F. "
The time of the year is approaching by Mrs Chambers and tbe booby
Htearus, druggi-tt, 8hull.l>ur \Vis-1 1 I ,
! I when it is weli to look at the log prize a fancy stock anti belt, went to J consiu write, May 20,1901 "I have t'I Williamson, II. F. Altmau, D. A. i
I i Ii Clark, A. O. Farris and R L. MartinA i
.()f the past one. Mrs.Nohril'her. The flinch prize, an ben selling Bollard's Horehound -- Physicians fycomnjend) It

ink stand, was awarded to Mrs. Ze- l yrup for two years and have never
J Mr. E. 8. Upham of Weirsdale, had a preparation that has !given bet- man talks about owning tij9 bus

, t was among the numerous visitors to wadski. ter sal faction. I notice that when I iness. But, as a matter of fact his For panjily) Use for Its '
Ocala Monday. }IS sell a bottles they come back for more. business Owns him. His whole life is
LUCAS COU TY. Always Pure.
: :: FRANK CHENEY makes oath that I can honestly recommend it. 25c. regarded! by the demands the busin 11K

Mr. W. T. Wheeler left Tuesday for he is the senior partner of the firm of 60c. and %1.00 at Antl-Monopqly Drug I ess. Tbe time at which he rites, his

I "f 'his old home in Macon, Ga., to spend F. J. CHENEY A Co., doing business in Stare and T>dings and t'c,. m I breakfast hour, the time given to e h ,
meals, are all determined by business
!Ie Christmas with relatives. the City of Toledo county and state -- --- I
Cupid Stiil Shooting His Arrows. obligations. He rushes through lunch
I.t aforesaid, and said firm will pay the 1 r, 53j
; .; Mr.and Mrs. R. W. Ferguson and sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS Mrs.! Charles O. Sounders, of Live because he"can't spare the time from -

I .r-; children, of Berlin, spent Monday for each: and every case of Catarrh Oak, has issued cards announcing the business" to eat leisurely.: He won't Twelve Full Quarts 16.00 ;
take a rest because he is needed at the Delivered.
tt?t cannot be cured by the use ofHALL'S (
of her sister Miss Mabel
shoppingInOcala. marriage ,
: store or ofli.-e. He is in fact au absolute -
f -
; A. Miekler and Mr. John A. Me- slave to buUness. The result
F Miss Eula Lee Izlar returned MODf FRANK J. CHENEY. Four Full Quarts, $6.00
Daniel. which follow this slaverly are to beseen
f;i day from a month's visit to friends Sworn to before me and subscribed on hand. Men Delivered.
+ every dyspeptic
ThU happy event will occur at the
and relatives in South Carolina. in my presence, this 6th day of December irritable, nervous with drawn faces,
} A. D. 1SS6. home of Mr Sauuders in Live Oak g WQu 'J91 One Full Quart SI oO
and hollow: eyes, sit at the desk or
'a Miss hy Turnley went down to December 23, 1903. stand behind the counter until they Not Delivered.
seal. } A. G. GLESON,
: Palmetto Monday to spend the { -.,- Notary Public. Mr. Me Daniel is well known in collayse in fit of sickness or taken m

Christmas season with relatives.Mr. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Ocala having been an attache of this away by heart jfailure. Those who i_ r''' I' MONEY MUST ACCOMPANY-
cannot the exactions f buisn-
nallyand acts directly on the blood paper for several months and his escape )
W. A. Baukston is again with and mucus- surfaces of the system. friends here extend to him their ess will find a friend in Dr. Pierce's y : S ii

the Edwards Bros., at the city market Send for testimonials, free. Golden Medical Diseovery.It strengthens STRAUss&Ce .
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0 heartiest congratulations.We the stouacb, increases the actionof
after an absence of several years.
&tiT801 dby Druggists, 75c. can think of no finer Christmas tee blood.making gland, increasing -
Miss Sara Harris returned Sunday At the Methodlat Church. present in all the widP.wide the vitalito ane physical vigor.

I afternoon from a three week's visitto The new Methodist minister, Rev. world than a good noble, husband It makes men strong and prevents
those business break down which so
I Thoma&ville and Jacksonville. L. W. Moore preached for the first unless it be a beautiful, blashing, lov often terminate fatally.Mrs. s

time in this city Sunday. ing bride. Struss & Co. Ocala Fla.
if r. W. M. Dale, after a brief visit Parker in New York. ,
Mr. Moore is an able minister and
> to his old home at Inverness, returned > Favorite Family Remedy The Music Trade Review of New
will make Ocala a mot excellent i
to Gainesville Monday afternoon. Frequently accidents occur iu the York for October gives a ver3 critical .
pastor. His sermons Sunday morningand
x household, which cause! burns, cuts and technical review of Mrs. Parker's
Miss Edith Nash, of Tampa, is evening were greatly enjoyedand
sprains and bruises; for use in such unique method of teaching the !scienceof
spending the Christmas holidays in he was listened. to by a good con-
cases, Ballard's Snow Liniment has musical kindergarten and closes THE CLUB HOUSE.
Ocala with her brother, Mr. U. A. gregation.To .
for many years been the constant fav- the notice as follows:

.Nash. i H i improve the appetite and orite family remedy. 25c.50c.and $1.00at Mrs. Parker is at present in New
: :Master Bennie Redding came down strengthen the digestion try a few Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and
, from Jacksonville Sunday to spend a doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Tydings and Co. m York making her headquarters at Cuisine First Class. Rates Reasogable
: Liver Tablets. Mrs. J. H. Seitz, of I 207 West 56tb street where she will
few: days with his grandmother ins
Detroit, Mich., says, "They restored Public Notice. remain for an extended visit. With t

.t{..., this city.' A my appetite when impaired,. relievedme The public is hereby warned that I her are two young girls, tbe Misses! RefurQisled) Throughout) ) Special Rates by Month f
Miss the milliner of bloated feeling and caused a
Margaret Jones a
d will pay no orders given on me from .Mary and Rosalie Connor, whose
.' for the E. K. Nelson Company, has pleasant and satisfactory movement ''I any person whomsoever unless such entire musical education has been 4
of the bowels." There are people in
gone to her home in Baltimore for the person has written authority from me
under Mrs. Parker. The amount of
who need such
this community just a
v authorizing them to make such orders.
holidays. medicine. For sale by all druggistsand Ocala, Fla., Dec. 1, 1903. learning that these two young chil- l\IRS. THOS. J. BARNES PROP

} .,Miss Florrie Crook came down from medicip dealers.. Every box 12 4 4t C. J. JOHNS. dren show is not less than astonish I I- 3 f
f Falatka Monday afternoon and will warranted m ing and no further proof is necessaryof -

[ spend several weeks with her sister, Off for Che sawh ska. For Sale at a Bargain. the efficacy Mrs. Parker's work. OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS
House and lot of E. C. Hood in
.\. :Mrs; A. E. Gerig. Mr. Lee Miller, Mr. Lou Haley and i
. third ward now occupied by E. W. He Found a Cure. OCALA, FLORIDA. !;;

}.' )Ir. Blount, our new citizen from Mr. J. C. Wheeler left Saturday for Davis, for sale at a bargain, for cash. R. H. Foster, 318 S 2nd street, Salt -
r Cheasawheska in Hernando county Apply to R. G. Wright, Oxford, 9
Abbott will taka possession of the Lake City, writes: "I have been both-
for a week's Hunt. It is a famous Fla. 12 llm daw BOILERS ,J ENGINESPipe
i house he purchased from Mrs. Todd ered with dyspepsia or indigestion for '

on Dec :il. hunting ground and ducks, Wanted. 21 years, have tried many doctors
f said be relief but I have found and Fittings to 12in. Valves Pumps '
turkeys and deer are to Fifty men to work at mill and on without a ,
11 Mr.Jake Brown who went down to Sawmills Saws-circular and Belting
always plentiful. We hope the young farm. cnrt\in Herbine. I recommend it to drag, ;
Palatka to take an inventory of the all my friends 'who are afflicted that Pulleys, Bolts, general line of ,
Abo who
gentlemen will have a week of big a good sawyer can run a ;
river route, returned home Monday Veneer machine. Apply to way, and it is curing them too. 50c. MILL AXD MINING SUPPLIES.
at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and
afternoon.._ _ J. B. MALLOY, .
ft sire a MUU ems day 111360d. Anthony, Fla] Tydings and Co. m i ;
Mr Henry Clark, of Fellowship, O
Tfcke Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- I II ilROH AND BRASS FOUNDERS
I Mrs. Teal of Kentucky is spending
was among oar Monday shoppers. lets. All druggists refund the money WANTED-To buy velvet beans, I .- .i',t

: Whlle In Ocala she was with her if it failes to cure. F.. W. Grovt's peanuts and country oata. Ocala the holidays In Ocala the guest of her I ALL KINDS OF MACHINE WORK ;'

I liter. ;Mrs. Thomas fate:ton. signature is o* each box.-25o Seed Store. 12 4 tf brother, Mr. R. L. Anderson. -

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' : The Ocala Dally Banner was reestablished .. "It realizes that we cannot build up woman's usefulness and influence have
F two years ago and in its ear a community by pulling it dwn been enlarged. i
1) lutatory it contained the following: communities can.only be built up and "No man who drinks intoxicating liquors .

; VAAAAfVSAAAVSSA1A I t "To each and to all, singularly and made strong and permanent by every can today find employment with lAAMMMiAAAAAT .t

r any railway, steamship or express
ELIZABETH BAUIS. tat Enter:: severally, the Ocala Daily Banner sa man giving every other man a helping
company, or any of the great business
k '- _- lutes the citizens of Ocala. hand. If every lawyer, doctor, editor, the Most
;fI: -? concerns of tie country. This was not

! ( HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN "It wants one and all to prosper. preacher, merchant, hotel and workingman the case even within the memory of Out of Your Food

: "It wants to see the bad become becomes envious of others in the men whose heads are not tinged with j
! : 1} >' don't and can't if your stomach

t f' Mr. 8. A. Itawla is in Jacksonville. good and the good to become better. same line of business and succeeds in gray, and is a great factor in the i': '>' .,!>. A weak stomach does not di- i

I ----- "It wants Ocala to become a city of running them out and closing them up spread of sobriety and temperance. '; "I!' chat is ordinarily taken into it. ''.

\ : Dr. T. K. Slaughter, of Levon,spent brotherly love. it will not he long before they, them "Along religious lines we are growing i, ircd easily: and what it fails to
in OcaU.Mr. better, broader and more tolerant ui. -( is wasted.
: Tuesday
: "It harbors no resentment nor ill selves, will be forced to hunt other "In a word, the world is growing bet- .. I T the sijrns of a weak stomach

Albert H. Roberts of St. Pet. /1<- will, nor jealousy, towards any busi fields and greener pastures. ter every day, and the Ocala Daily ijiness, after eating, fits of ner- I
v<. 'o-,Jacbe, and disagreeable belc -
r burg,U visiting friends in this city ness enterprise nor individual in Ocala "But if the other policy is to be per. Banner hopes that it may shed some J. F

: "' .' I nor anywhere else on earth. sistently pursued and every man shall ray of light that will help make the ve taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at ..d

Mrs Mallory Liddon returned horn "It expects to live and enjoy life determine to help build up every other whole more effulgent i r times for stomach troubles, and a ,
i "omlition of the system and have
Tuesday from a short visit: to Parru and wants everyone else to do like- man, whether in the line of his business "Say what we may about the 'good Mj benefited by its use. I would

i wise. or not, our town will quickly feel old days,' this paper believes we are .heat it in my family. I am trou-
and Tampa. i crially in summer with weak stom-
"It wants to see every citizen of our the impulse; it will put on new today in the golden era of the ages, ai'sea and tind Hood's Sarsaparilla

,f. Robert MeDougall ia spending; i I beautiful city regardless of his pro growth, spread its wings and many and with so many examples of benev le." E.B.IItcKMASW.ChesterPa.

holidays in Ocala with Mr. and Mr fession, business or occupation or of will take shelter thereunder; the olence, and philanthropic movementshis id'S Sarsaparilla : .

C feelings toward the editor of this whole lump will be leavened and ev on foot and the frequent announce- :
T. C. Hall. and Pills
I aw qY paper, whether of love or of hatred, erybody benefited thereby. ment of so many and useful inventions t_
hen and tone the stomach and
i i.1. Mr. John W. Martin, of Jack"u' to grow in stature and strength, intellectually "In union there is strength, and won- and discoveries, it believes that the .ole digestive system.

ville, was among the Ocala Hour and physically, and prosper derful possibilities lie in the multitude ugly and brutal things that mar and

Tuesday. in his business, for in so doing he will of numbers. disfigure our civilization are rapidly, In t ,tHn< ..n.1! of Rev L. B \Varrell -

rue help on the good name and prosperity "The town is all right and the peo and will soon entirely disappear. uiuiay Rev. J. P. Hilburu, of

Mr. Mellville Eichelberger, of Pana of the city, and this paper expects only pIe are all right-they are only to be "Small in size, the Ocala. Daily Banner 4
rhii'y: preached at he
, '. BOflkee, was among(; Ocala'a swarm f to prosper as it prospers and grow as properly approached and properly will be big in thought and purpose.t Bipti+t
, handled. and like the early and latter rains it cliur t iu me uioroin' -iud iu the ,,
, visitors Tuesday. grows.
"It wants to root out the spirit of "All the world is growing better and shall endeavor to pour its blessings ev j these was no serviced m ih' trhu 4!

f t Dr. J. O. Buskin, wife antI children, envy, hatred and jealousy and see all that in it is daily growing more I' and pronounce its benedictions upon ., so the congregition could il

Dunnellon, were among the Chris Ocala become a peaceful, rich, tolerant beautiful. the just and the unjust its friends and uu -. :th MethiMti in welcoming ?i
and community. "There is a greater freedom of expression its foes alike."
prosperous .
mae shoppers to Ocala Tuesday.Mr. and We leave it to its readers whether tti- -fw minister, Rev. L. W. 1
"It wants to see generosity and benevolence of one's opinions a great or

, prevail, work be provided er tolerance of the opinions of other* not'in the past two years this paper Mi' r i.
Grahamvill- ,
C. T. Gibson, of --- _
,' for the unemployed, and want and tIle than there was ever before known in has lived up to its professions of faith, Jl 'III Uj ht 1

and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. &:hiuot fear of want, and all its train of evils, the world's history, and the pathway and repeating and renewing its promis- crakr' ui< while shooting tire! 1
a Anthony, spent Tuesday in Ocala.i take wings and fly away. of the future is ablaze with light es made on that occasion it, on this Ma4terRthertAitdersonhad '

"Whether it shall be successful in its "There is less drunkenness, less Christmas festival, reconsecrates itself the u.>'onuu" to have one of them
i fail to in "
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Mr. never
Long efforts or not, the Ocala Daily Banner dense ignorance, less brutality, rowdy- to the carrying out of this platform eXJ'I"I' le IU ,U face. He was quite

t .' good word for good roads because hr } is determined not to play the part of the ism and ruffianism; the homes ef the and with "malice toward none and love Udlyouruedand a great amount

; ; ; knows they are the one thin<; need fui.i dog in the manger and backbite and people are more comfortable and more and charity for all," it bids its read. I the powder went into one of bU

i ,'. bark at others as they pass along, because luxuriously furnished; greater consid ers here and everywhere a merry It has not eyes ;

! Alfred Dreyfus has won his case in forsooth, they are more successful eration and concessions are made to Christmas and a prosperous New I whether yet been discovered

France and will be restored to hu than it is. the wife and in every sphere of life Year. < i! the-injury to his r>e will be
serious f 4
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rank of lieutenant-colonel. hopt"ff not
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I Senator Tahaferro has introduced a Griffin, of 8partanburg.I ,
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bill providing for the erection of a _._ n I I Air. and Mrs. Arthur

public building in the city'of Ocala. -Mr. -G. -W.-Watery a prominent I Plumley Dickinson, who attendsthe Mr. H. G. Hess, of Buntou Harbor Miss Hazel Hiller, who attend U"mu'Griffio, of of Ocala Taltlpa, and Miss Cora

fc- at tiutherlands' Mich., who was here with Mr. school in New York arrived are Bending the
conference College City,
:1 Ocala
who bass. of Electra was in
{ ,'. About the only man :itu n holidaja with their
' contempt for marrying for money is lay and enrolled his name Tues.t U spending the holidays: in this thy I Copley about three years: ago, is on a Wednesday morning for the Christmas Mrs. A. R. Griffla at parents, Mr. and 3,

: Mrs S. R. Whaley. visit here ani spend the winter holidays. She was Anthony. Mr.
the who has married without it. booKs of the Weekly Biuner. with his sister, may accompanied by Heats Griffin
: man Was a visitor here
, '" with us. Miss Madeline Ling, of Portland, Tuesday.

\ The U. D. C.'a of Gainesville hare Russia bas announced that she will Miss Besie Porter arrived from At this particular season of the yearit Oregon, who will be her guest for the

':} purchased a very handsome monu- j inaugurate reform* giving the com Stetson University: Tuesday morniug is customary to begin worrying holidays. _._ Father time with his scythe hasnearly

ment which will soon be erected in 1 mon people some: hand in the government : to spend the Christmas holidays. with about what you'll give this one or The boldness and confidence with reaped all the days. of 1903 and j

r ,that city. : of attain I her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. C. that one for a Christmas present. which the Panama affair was pulled Placed them ia the bundle of the .: J

i If it takes a Montana blizzard to I II l lHr. Porter. Don't do that. otf and i U being adhered to by the administration centuries that have gone by. He is ,

C. T. Gibson, the prince of | shows a servileness of about to J
t create a healthy condition in political the The Camp PhOphatCompany: : Our streets were thronged all day : turn the leaf of another
I Ocklawaha merchants have the people that does not bode well for year. It is
with headquarters in this city, I impossible to the ;
!' affairs, let It come. Monday with holiday shoppers. The .
i\ balance of the people in his neighborhood rented and fixed up the Rowels, house merchants: are all breaking their toe republic. record of the past but we can resolve

A Star line ship has sailed! for this was in Ocala Tuesday. on Ocklawaha: avenue to be used as a records this season, the sales at every The many Ocala friends of Mr. to make a better record to be tied up

with 1500 steerage!: passengers.We Houston Wills, who several in the
country spent next bundle
The best alll round liniment, labratory.Mrs. store being larger than ever before. years.
assimilate fast. and beast is Ramon'I months in Ocala manner before last,
both man 25c. ati 1 P. D. Camp, of Franklin, Va., Mrs. O. W. bamford, after a few Those who like it of course are
J. furnish Nerve 4 Bone Oil. Try iti; will be sorry to learn of the death of .
The postal scandals. will week's visit in Ocala with her nieces welcome
Britt of White enjoy what they call
Poatcffice Drug Store. and Miss Lizzie his mother, which occurred at her
for the senate to chew over R. (:. Blake and Mrs. G. W. "this
::I a topic children Springs, have returned to their homes Mrs. home In Auburn Ala., last week.D. cold delightful, bracing weather

'\ for a time. Mrs. G. W. Wells and after a week's visit to Mr. and Mrs. Martin, left Monday afternoon fur None of it, please, for us. On .;
E. Davidson and D. Harrison
F the new returned hume Monday afternoon her home in Opelika, Ala. all sides we can hear only wheezingand
Austin Jack
The Rev. relatives at have secured the building formerly
visit to
Plant Circuit, will from a bhort Col. Coley Bryan and daughter are sneezing; sniffling and snuffling;
pastor of Cotton known as the Iun and it
are fitting
' church next Sun. Dunnellon.Rev. Matt Hampton, colored, who for a visitors to Ocala and guests of the I i shivering and shaking; see chapped ,
-" preach at St. Johns for a and market. ''
; up grocery meat
f the new Methodist number of years drove the express Club House. Col. Bryan is knownfor I hands and lips and red noses, and all
L. W. ,
day, Dec. 27. They expect! to open soon with the
his initial i wagon, died at his home in this city the l Urge number of fine cows he day long hear nostrils going like so
theOckiewaha minister, preached best stock of .
living across goofs obtainable.-Lees
Nearly everybody and made a very Tuesday after an illness of several has brought to this county. many minature fog horns. Oh, no!
river were in Ocala yesterday sermon burg cor. to Times-Union.
favorable impre llion. months. "Soup Bones" the big steer from Winter has no charms for us. Enjoyit
watching the progress of the The Ocala Weekly Banner has
Mr. W. L. Taylor was convicted at Munroe & Chambliss' Palmetto Stock who may, but give us the "good
Marlow trial. Col. and Vlrs., Avery, who are grown from four to sixteen pages and old "
the recent session of the circuit courtat Farm, butchered by the Florida
< of Pittssa spending the winter in Ocala at Rev. the price from three to one dollar fora
Miss Hattie Roaenbanm, Tallahassee and sentenced to a Meat Packing Company, weighee the k
left Mondayfor This the seasen !r when
Wednesday and Mrs. J. C. Porter's year's subscription. The Ocala ,
burg Pa. arrived Ocala for an assault made i dressed 882 I M
term of five years after being pounds. the
prudent and careful housewife
; Lake Weir. Weekly Banner is
winter with a short visit to beyond all odds the
; and will spend the Attorney General Lamar. Mrs. W. H. Felton, Georgia's most
upon her
replenishes supply of Chamber-
I' best weekly newspaper printed in the
-,' HIM Mona Hiller.f Mrs. C. E. Abson and children went gifted woman, with a pencil sharpened lain's Cough Remedy. It ia certainto
of Tifton interior.
The editor of the Tribune says that i to Crystal River Monday afternoon to Capt. O. L. Chestnut, to exquisite fineness, is paying her be needed before the winter id over
r Abson's Ga. a prominent Confederate veteran Mr. Abe Ross, one of the oldest
Mrs. ,
bill with Cuba spend Christmas with respects tolrB.. Vans Rensalaer and results
the new reciprocity are muck more prompt
and will spend the settlers of the Withlacoochee section
is in Ocala ,
the cigar industry of sister Mrs. G. W. Watson. Cruger. Every sentence is a needle and
will not hurt satisfactory when it Is kept at
holidays here as the guest of Mr. and was among the numerous shoppers to
a Tampa.Mr. Scott, who ia a thrust. I hand and given as soon aa the cold is .
Mr. ,L. Lawrence Mrs. D. E. McIver. Those who attended services at the Ocala Saturday. He says that Cupid ,
Prltchard, of Candler, who has medical student at the University of loose ia that section and is shooting contracted and before it has become ,

reports Terr returned Sunday :! Presbyterian church Sunday not only settled in the In almost e
many grove in charge, Maryland, will spend the holidays Mr. George McKay I his arrows rignt and left and scarcelyone system.

little Injury done in thai section by with his parents in this city. from a brief visit to his father at :!I had the pleasure of hearing the new goes amiss.F. every instance a severe cold may be

the protracted cold. his home in Scotland. Mr. McKay'[ pipe organ but heard two excellent warded off by taking this remedy .
Notwithstanding oil is selling for 63 sermons as well. Both sermons were N. Weightnovel the aged Russian 1
"- was absent four weeks and enjoyedhis I freely as soon as the first indication of

L Mrs. L B. Hirach and son, Summer cents .& barrel at Beaumont the Standard trip immensely. commented upon moat highly. doctor whose conviction of 'manslaughter cold appears. There ia no danger m | "

of Cumberland, Did, are the gueetaof has just divided a I created such a sensation in
Oil Company it to children
Edward The Gonzales (Tex) Inquirer aye giving for it contains no-

', lire: Bi ch'9 deter, Mrs. I quarterly dividend of $12,000,000. bites Delia Moore, of the schoolteachers that perhape the people of Mars are Tamp some time ago, has been harmful substance. It ia pleasant to t

f. HUler for a few days. Anderson, who U attending of the Ocala High School, watching the way we are dealing granted a new trial by the supreme take, both adults and children like it. "I I

< I I Russia has-signed the decree reco- Miss Frances Washington Seminary, in left for Ponce de Leon Springs last with Panama with deep concern. It court. He baa been confined in Bay it and you will get the beat. It

thing the Panama republic. The home Monday to night, where she will spend the holi thinks we are giving the Martians prison for eighteen months and his always coree. For sale by all druggists -

been Atlanta returned on canal building. release is quite a holiday .
t little republic eenM to .haTt days. pointers present and medicine dealers m.t
remain until after the holidays. i is

4 1 bolD under a lucky flat- .-

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THE OCALA BANNER are JUst. It speaks from the recordsof )
: : all concerned; and no matter how

The democrats in congress are making ... .. anj one may feel toward the Times- The Foundation f
i1A amis, Zi:: r. o ti
Union, candor will compel him to
i life a burden for the republicansabout FROM THE STATE PRESS. :
?. 7. LsiTMgsjl: : Business .la.6ar.! : '

--- ---- One that of the Pauamn niot. affair.caustic speechesmade .........4.................. admit the truth that and it confines nothing itself but the strictly truth.to ?T Of A. Cooks Reputation i f fIs

on the subject! wathat of I r.Diull1l1r.lIf MOULD THEY.If Punta Jorda Herald.vnatorJ. the Shortening She Uses j

ArkansasHe those papers that are claimingthe .... s ,.

t" election of the corporation: candidates The quality of your food is all important
"' iikeued the whole proceedings! Taliaferrois is a candidate !
.*f and Davis be- as any good cook will tell you. It isn't so 1
Taliaferro and because of the i
.. to !t> drum and ended his speech as for re election '
much what eat and how much
; you you eat -
... lie.e it, would they oppose an early t
'tf" suceeWi'l work which he has ammiplishetl -
... follows: but, rather, how it is cocked and new easily _.
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i f ':, How beautifully tfce play. procw d".
1 Why, in all the performance there Time Democrat. poi ehim. By their works men III I right sort of food for any stomach; it is
\. bm ten but one faux: pas, and tht
sure to cause trouble sooner or later.
tl was when Loomis, lu actiua, came .... political l, as in religious life, should
\ onto the stage tray soon aud got in On the contrary, the most delicate stom-
COLD WAVE EXPLAINED.The be j judgnl.Taliaferro.
head of tb. revolution, a* u shown"" ach can digest: the richest sort cf food if
and cold is explained. The succeeded in collectitg
in the first di"p'.tl'b.ppl.iu8( snap shortened with Cottoiene.!
laughter on democratic: ide.) campaign has been allowed to lag, the large sum of money which others
MOTTO: THE BASNEI., BELIEVI.NO Washington Nov.' 3. 1908.
the sudden of hot air failed which was leataste till ... t'la Saw Sast1ottotei0
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO Uprising: on Isthmus reported Keep de- and stoppage had for years:: to get,

TAKE: CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS pirtment promptly and fully informed. well nigh proved disastrous.! Unstop due to this state on account of the
Looses: Acting.
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES your pepper boxes, gentlemen, for Indian War claims "

WITH TUB COMMON PEOPLE, ru November 3. 1903. I 1..
wood is high-Levy County Times. He succeeded in obtaining the appropriation -
FOR (Received 3 15 p.m.)
Xo uprising yet. Reported will be in the NN for work on the harbor of

THE BETTERMENT: OF THOSE AT TRI night. Situation is critical EHiXAa, The more the time for holding the this city after vain efforts had been Cot+ ene is pure, palatable! nourishing i-

BOTTOM.---= That U the one faux pass in all the dircased the the is made from refined vegetable oil and !
primary is more made for years for others, and for this '
L, had
--- performance ous not 1 choice beef suet and contains nothing but .r .
come upon the stage so early this people: seem to be coming to the conclusion alone he should, and will receive that which! is healthful and easily assimilated. ;
DECEMBER 25 1903. i
FRIDAY, play would have been: carried throughto
beautiful that an early primary wont most of the votes in this! county. "
1 the end as a succej.Wbat !!
an opportunity here: for his- do. ,We judge of the matter by thestate His record has been one of honest, Just throw your prejudice for untried ,
The Post case has been :postponed. triome ifmm+! What a fertile fieldis
here afforded for the Francis Wil- press which is supposed to faithful work for Florida and this things to the winds and ask your grocerfor t.

Col. Post has pneumonu. ,. H .r 'sons and the Frank Diniels of the speak for the people.-Pensacola work was not in vain. I i a pail of Cottolene. If you ever go f

country back to lard, we'll miss our guess. 'j2'

Colomt-U! did not kill the goo,,e but Tbeereit: respect!! I hove for the: News. NN The people of this state who are: interested ---_ USE $5 LESS. Cottolene being "" :
engaged in this drama can of its
people : in the development
she played the gooe.The scarcely restrain me from anticipatingthe Discussing an early or late primary, richer than either lard or cock ni .1 i

ast myself and naming it for the the Westville Advocate is of opinion large and wonderful possibilities, butter one-third less is required. -

United States' force.. lit the performance; and if, in the transformation : want railroads, and deep water bar .J.1
that if "the politicians would go into : '.
that I is constantly occurring ''
Send u a two-cent :
Isthmus have gone iilto camp near m this erstwhile republic of ours winter quarters: until about the first of tJor!. They want money expended in FREE to w postage and stamp we'D : :
,, mad you a copy of our Book.Mom
Panama. there were not some doubt as to draining our vast prairies:: and in e= ..'j '
Helps. edged br Mrs. Rarer which '
would he relieved. .
whether los>.* majeste may attain, I April, the people contains 300 choice recipe from tttcountn's ,
A ding of beauty b a choy; foivfer might expect some enterprising play To which the Pen-ucola Journal adds tending the area of the habitable portion noted cooks. ,

Diukens wright to Hunch upon the stage anew of this and! growing ;
until ve jed ui-it to Ji that "before next winter rolls around
bait sivce"sful jnuiic opera euti : Made only br 't
pie!. il..d "The Mother of Pananm." many of them will wish they had of the peninsula, and for these reasons THE N. K.FAIRBANK COMPANYD ". -

;Laughter on th.. democratic side.! they will vote aud work for the reelection 5t. 502 Chicago J
The next session of the Florida' Annual gone into winter quarters anti stay- r a
Mr. William, the leader of the< :
James P. Taliafer-
of senator ::
will be held at Or ed there-Jacksonville Floridian. J
bou-e on the dem'>crdtic side, in the ro.-Miami MetropolisDon't t

Y lando. course of a speech convulsed the NN j t
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Surgeon GeneralVvnun 1 ha.. taker[ house with laughter by reciting the

t'-e ork of stamping out\ellow following lines! by William! Tipton Tal The early primary movement does

F up fever in Mexico. bott he Republic, entitle l,of"The Pauama Bittle:" Hymn of not seems seem to to have meet been with a much ruse of favor.It the. HUB BAR 0 & MACDUP.-5 F F [

scheme H to gather combinationto
The now days Stocktou-Broward-Barrs
. From no mountain height of freedom ; ,1 Est HEADQUARTERS FOR
when one h.u not Nwn. It hn been Was our glorious flag unfurled. take advantage uf Messrs. Cahaftsrro F
And we sought no grandstand plaudits, -
the history! of man since he was man. and Davis, who !are in WlhhlUgtonlitlending YL '
Firing shots heard round the world

Times have changed since gory heroesOf to their official duties.-! AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE
: \o madder if a nun does hide his their fights for country bragged, .

I Yid no war shouts rose our standard, Starke Telegraph.
light under a bushel der gay company
But our cniirage never flagged .... P is! m11. SSINCH.T .
sends in der bill yut der same.Liukelsptet. .- I
For we sat in secret conclave During/ the be-feions of the UnitedMates hT' I 5 i 47!IVI
When we built us up a state 1
at Jacksonville the 34ff s : .
grand jury
Sonaof freedom, cool and cautious; I ::9VCt \
The president thinks 110 financial: Subtile, keen and up to-date; twenty members present, while waiting 2 ; T : i:I= I i 7 ( f r 2 iV r r I i IZ
.. Laid our wires with akin 81 u. ue. j 1 s'n9 Ys
i t Ia
V :8 N I T : .. I : ,
the arrival of district
:3 legislation: is needed. It would not do I'lanning'gaiust untimely sups, me attorney Ft ,, .. F II ".[ ; ,
5- = ; f 1 \ i' I CO : fi*
V With much faith ic business methods took "stnw votes the result of 5 +
r to disturb th. exUtins, conditions for some V m i JX.W "
> ; And an uncle who has ships. -t---t--i 1: '
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fear of some reform. which was as follows: For governor- : : f" :[ t \ :
No list of deal and wounded a&Regular
l Glorifies Davis, 16; BrowarJ, 3; Mays! I. t E
I f our virgin scroll .
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) The work of the Salvation! Army in Though against the constitution Brown, 0, For United States senator -,--- \ -

Christmas is in We set out for freedoms' goal Style 'J'C"CiaI "0 ff. Horse and Cattle Sys!
!. feeding the poor every But we've shown how modern heroes. -Taliaferro, 15; Stockton, 4; not voting J f ; Says u i:1.or o in. spar' Slavs I:! i.!. or 6 i.t.apart

t the spirit of the Mailer who first befriended Free from wild,unseemly bate, 1. straw votes are not conclusive r

e the needy and should bet On without undue excitement. .Y..L1la(. h, Made of large, strong hii;;;h.grade steel wires, heaxLly; galvanized.
r. Build republics while you wait. -but they are signiflcaut.Ttopical Amply provides f,x expansion and contraction. Is practically ever :
liberally aided.-AiUuta: Journal Mr. Williams closed his forget the old man '
in Sun.
: speech lasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it.

; t -5------- the following incisive way: .... with the fish on his back. Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle horses hogs ..:

V -"Our deposits have increased fully Now, I had not intended to speak The editor of the High.,Springs For nearly thirty years he and pigs -

thirty percent withiu the past two this evening but I was a little afraid Hornet presented 'splendid accountof has been traveling around the ,
that some things stated by the gentleman EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDby
which attribute largely to
\ we from Illinois, (Mr. Hitt) might the state cindidates and their world, and is still traveling

our systematic line of advertising in put this side of the house in a wrong speeches recently made there, and cut bringing health and comfort the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you how .'*
, the local papers," says the cashier of a light.our government do not condone in connection the actionof oft free advertising in this line as follows wherever he goes. it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced.

I"} Des Moines, Iowa, banking house. with the affairs at the Isthmus. We "With this sketch we close To the he Yamisl
do not excuse it. Your accomplished consumptive Syracuse Chilled Flirts, Black Hawk and Economy Corn Shellers, "

fact be dealt this article by informing the candi brings the and flesh -
can with strength
as an accum
Isaac Price, who died the other day Paints Oils Glass Doors Sash Blinds Etc
pliohed fact, but we want it distinctly dates that we are suffering with cola he so much needs. ,
in Brooklyn at the age of 103 years, understood that we are not proudof
'"V attributed his long life to tobacco! the part thatour country has takenin for the want of an overcoat and heat To jill weak and sickly Hubbard & fflacduff Ocala, Fla.

its accompli bment. (Applause on er for our office, and it takes more children he gives rich and
chewing. Abe and Jake Brown, who the democratic side.* I
thousand We are- not idiots. When it comesto money to run a paper than it does strengthening food.
recently purchased twenty
recognizing a fact, a man ought to i wind to run a political campaign.- To thin and pale personshe
- pounds of toWeo! evidently want have sense enough to do that, whether SEED POTATOES

their customers! to live to be he likes the blessed fact or not, no St. Augustine Record. gives new firm flesh and
matter how it came about or how it .... : rich red blood.

centenarians.Men born was accomplished or how horribly, how it was vilely brought it was W. Riley Dorman, of Suwannee ;: Children! who first saw the "'e hate a full stock of

side.forth. (Applause on the democratic county, who is a candidate for state old man with the fish are now Spaulding's Improved Rose No.4. =
much who older look Where Ware the Florida_M.rabarj comptroller, is going to roll up a grown up and have childrenof Maine Early Rose.

than they are large majority of the votes in this their own. Bliss Triumph.As .
The Philadelphia
never appear American says county. He was: born and principally He stands for Scott's Emul
to such disad that the race question overshadowed well other varieties at lowest market Write for L
reared in this county and the boys sion of cod liver oil-a as prices.
politics at the banquent stating number of bags wanted.
given Saturday ,
have not forgotten him. He is well POTATO
tV I delightful food and a natural
night by Senator Hanna IDEAL: MANURE, $30.00 per ton will make
-V to the I II I qualified for the position to which he tonic for children, for old folks grow. Ask for our booklet entitled, "Irish Potatoes" on "Soil, :

: a members of the national republican I' aspired, is as honest ai the day is and for all who need flesh and Seed, Planting, Cultivation, Effect of Fertilizers, Digging and

t ,=v committee. long, is, figuratively speaking, bone of strength.SCOTT. Shipping," sent on request.
Registrar Lyons, of the
treuury, our bone and flesh of our flesh and is & BOWNE. Chemists
I who is the national committeemanfrom 40Q-415 Pearl Street New York. WILSON & TOOMEIt FERTILIZER COMPNY
just the kind of man whom our people 50c. and $1.00; all druggists.
Georgia, and also a negro, was Jan 15 ''JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Agents.
delight to honor White Springs .
present, causing no slight embarrassment Herald.

to other southern men, and to .... JAS.M.GRAHAM, President. GEO.W.HYDE, Vice Pre

? vantage as with the several of the northerners GOOD WORD FOR T.-U.

wife matronly who beauty.keeps The hers Osborne Robinson, committeeman as well. The worm has turned; the long uf- The First National Bank

the secret manly of vigor health which and j I from North Carolina, left the banquet fering Times-Union has naturally lost 1.

goes with health is I hall.declaring he had never eaten with its patience and is now "making the OF GAINESVILLE.

stomach nutrition.and When other the or- a negro, and he did not intend to begin fur fly" from those who have been denouncing .

gans of digestion and I the practice. In the lobby of the ... it as a republican organ The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

there nutrition is loss are of diseased nutrition I Arlington hotel, where Mr. Robinson wearing a democratic disguise. Andit Capital. . . . . . . . r . ... . . 850,000 00 t,

and corresponding appeared later, he said he had come must be said that the blows which .. Surplus and Undivided Profits. .. .. . . . :oOOI, 00
physical weakness. I '----- Does exclusively a banking business with facilities equal to any bank in the
Dr. Pierce's Golden |I to Washington a gentleman, and state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,
Medical Discoverycures Iwould return as such to North Caro Coughing; Spell Caused Death Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business
diseases of the transacted promptly.
-, stomach and its allied lina.Did "Harry Duck well, aged 25 years =e ().17 H. E. TA YLORCashler
+ organs, which prevent the Florida! members stick it chocked to death early yesterday r

nutrition and makes out? morning at his home, rn the presence

men .healthy and vig Editor of his wife and child. He contracted ROLLS FROM Only the bes C. I. GRACED
orous.I Harris, of the Ocala Banner
i was a great sufferer. thinks a slight cold a few days ago and paid OUR OVEN material goes
from dyspepsia for over September the best month for but blight attention to it. Yesterday into the oven and Succatsor to Central Lumber Co.
two years, and was a complete holding the primary. That seems: to only the Dealer In
physical wreck morning he was! seized with a fit of
writes Mr. Preston E. Fe, termacher.oCFgyPt. be carrying the joke a little too &r.- BEST BREADrolls Rough and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried
coughing which continued FlooringCeiling _
Ithigh Co., I'a.I aUo suffered much with con- Starke some ,
;! which stipation.were I recommended tried many different cure the medicines trouble Telegraph. time. His wife sent for a physicianbut out. It is delightfully crisp and I, and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick. ,i

but these only made me worse. I had such a The primary has been on for a num.ber.of before he could arrive another wholesome. A few slices buttered is a :Manufacturer of

as weak if 1 and had debilitated hardly any appearance blood in my that whole it seemed body. years In Marion and ptemoer coughing spell came on and Duck- meal in itself and almost as nutritiousas Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and
At last I came acru*) an advertisement of 1>1'. meat.
llcrcc's. I at once tried Dr. Pierce's. Golden has always been selected for the first orsecond well died from suffocation.-St. Louis Orders for Bread, etc., can be more Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School
Medical Discovery and 'Pleasant Pellets. Iused Globe-Democrat "
Dec. 1
1901. Ballard's
about eight vials of the *Pellets' and ten primary and from force of atisfactorily filled byBENUS' Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly "
bottle of the 'Di covery' which brought meLack Snow Liniment would have
to my former Ute of health.* custom September has grown uponus. saved him. 2'2c. 50c. and $1.00 at receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

Dr. Pierce's Pellets cures constipation. BAKERY sizes. Mail orders attended
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